Taney county Missouri - For the last part of August and on into an early September work week, look for isolated to widely scattered rain and thunderstorm chances that will continue right up to the 31st. Abundant moisture will continue to be in place across the area with weak disturbances as well. This daily chance of convection will mainly be in the afternoon and evening with daytime heating. It doesn't appear that any one day will be a wash out for early next week, but scattered rain chances will remain.
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A cool down is coming Wednesday: Computer generated forecast models have become more aggressive on the push of a cooler and drier air mass following a cold frontal passage late Wednesday night. The upper level flow is sharper with a north to south flow over the region and a Canadian surface high pressure moving in for the end of the week. We will have northeast winds at the surface Thursday through Friday night. Guidance shows highs in the upper 70's to lower 80's for the end of the week and overnight temps down in the middle to upper 50's with lower humidity. A touch of Fall for the start of meteorological Fall on Thursday! There are no rain chances for the Thursday through Saturday time frame. Warmer temperatures and humidity begin to return by late in the weekend with slight chances of rain again by next Sunday or Monday.